It's about time we discovered if there's life anywhere else in the galaxy. India's lunar spacecraft has discovered that there are thick deposits of ice near the moon's north pole, meaning that if astronauts set up a colony there, they would have plenty of water (but they'll have to boil it first, since But other compounds, such as hydrocarbons, are mixed up in the lunar ice) And NASA has found evidence that liquid water lies beneath the surface on the Saturn moon of Enceladus, meaning that life may exist there.
Despite finding water on the moon, President Obama has cancelled the NASA moon program. In BBC News, Paul Rincon quotes NASA's Paul Spudis as saying, "Now we can say with a fair degree of confidence that a sustainable human presence on the Moon is possible. It's possible using the resources we find there. The results from these missions, that we have seen in the last few months, are totally revolutionizing our view of the Moon."
Meanwhile, NASA's Cassini spacecraft flew through icy plumes created by ice volcanoes on one of the 6 moons of Saturn and detected negatively charged water molecules, which is a clear sign an underground sea exists there.
In the UK newspaper the Telegraph, Andrew Hough quotes NASA's Andrew Coates as saying, "Where there's water, carbon and energy, some of the major ingredients for life are present."
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